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Standing at Dettifoss (Iceland)
Iceland

Dettifoss is a large waterfall in the north of Iceland. In fact it is said that this is the most powerfull waterfall in Europe. The waterfall is 100 meters (330 ft) wide and drop about 45 meters (150 ft) at this location.

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